Barbara M. (McCombs) Mollohan

Born: 12/13/1935 Passed:

Barbara M. (McCombs) Mollohan, 83, of Green, Ohio went home to be with the Lord peacefully with family by her side on December 31, 2018. She was born December 13, 1935 in Summersville, WVA to the late Richard E. and Hazel (Windell) McCombs. She graduated from East High School with her forever friends Pat and Bev then married the love of her life Gerald (Jerry) Mollohan September 25, 1954. They shared three children and 33 years of marriage together.

With courage and determination Barbara fought the progression and symptoms of Multiple Sclerosis for more than 50 years. She was always hopeful a cure would be developed during her lifetime.

She enjoyed reading a good book with a sweet treat, family time together, and watching the tide come ashore in Myrtle Beach. She was a long-time member of Springfield Baptist Church.

In addition to her parents Barbara was preceded in death by her husband, Gerald; son, Michael and brother, Richard II.

She is survived by son, Jeffrey W. Mollohan (Janet Green); daughter, Julie A. (Mark) Garcia; sister, Charlotte (Richard) Climer along with nieces, nephews, brothers and sisters-in-law.

The family wishes to thank Crossroads Hospice for their gentle care and attention.

In keeping with her wish’s cremation has taken place with a Memorial Service at Springfield Baptist Church, Saturday, January 12, 2019. Friends and family are welcome to call 12:00 noon with service beginning at 1:00 pm. Pastor Larry Baldridge will officiate. In lieu of flowers donations can be made in her honor to the Springfield Baptist Church Building Fund or the MS Society. Condolences can be shared with the family at

Heritage Cremation Society


2 Tributes to Barbara M. (McCombs) Mollohan

  1. Linda & Russ Baer says:

    Barb was such a wonderful neighbor and friend. When I would visit we would talk and talk. I felt I could share anything with her. She had such a positive attitude about everything; never complaining. She was a fine example of a Christian lady. She is missed and will be remembered always.

  2. Ed and Barb Benczo says:

    We will remember Barb as a wonderful person who always had a smile for you even though she might be having a trying day herself. What a courageous lady! She was an inspiration to us all. Our condolences to Julie and Jeff.

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